Utah Home Inspection Licensing

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Looking to become a home inspector in Utah? Utah is one of roughly 20 states that still have not adopted licensing requirements for home inspectors.

Steps to become a home inspector in Utah:

  1. Register for the ICA Real Estate Inspection Certification Program.  Upon completion of the course you will be an ICA Certified Home Inspector and we will issue you a certification number, which you can use on your business cards and inspection reports.
  2. Start your own business or go to work for an existing company!
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Become a Utah Certified Home Inspector with ICA

Begin Your Home Inspection Career Now

From the convenience of your living room, you can learn how to perform residential home and commercial property inspections. Because this course is self-paced, you can complete it at the speed that works best for your schedule. Whether you’re hoping to get started as soon as possible or kick off a new career in the coming months, ICA has all you need to train for your future as a home inspector. Get started today!

Got more questions?

Read on for more information about Utah home inspection courses.

How do I become a home inspector in Utah?

As stated above, once you complete our course, you become a certified home inspector. Upon completion of the course, we mail out your home inspection certification and issue you your certification number. That number is what you’ll want to put on your business cards and home inspection reports. At that point, you’re ready to go!

How much money do home inspectors make?

The average salary for a home inspector in Utah is approximately $70,000 per year.

How much does a home inspection pay?

The average fee for a home inspection in Utah is $360. The amount you charge for any one home inspection will vary based on age and square footage of the home. We teach you about that during the online home inspection course.

Is your home inspection training course recognized by InterNACHI?

Yes. We work very closely with InterNACHI.  In fact all of our graduates receive a free one month membership to InterNACHI.

Is your Utah home inspector training school affiliated with ASHI?

Yes. We work closely with the American Society of Home Inspectors. In fact, we train you specifically to the ASHI standards of practice and our training school is a  Gold Level Member with ASHI.

Is your training recognized by NAHI?

In 2016 NAHI merged with ASHI, so NAHI no longer exists as a home inspection membership organization.

Does Utah require continuing education for home inspectors?

No. Continuing education is not required for home inspectors in Utah.

Do you mail me a certification?

Yes. We mail out your home inspection certification to you upon completion of our online course.

What should I use for my inspection report when I perform a home inspection?

We have an arrangement with www.homeinspectionform.com wherein our graduates receive a free copy of their Report Form Pro Nitro home inspection reporting software. That is the report that most of our graduates start with since it is so easy to use. Normally selling for $400, the Report Form Pro Nitro home inspection report can be printed and filled out by hand or filled out on your smartphone, tablet, or computer. You can even put in photos easily. They also have a mobile app version of their home inspection report that can be used on an Android or Apple mobile device. At the end of the day, all that matters is that you have a home inspection report form that you’re comfortable with, and these are both good home inspection report options.

Does the online home inspection course for Utah have a time limit?

No. There is no time limit on our course, so you can take as much time as you would like to complete it.

Does this online home inspection course certify me in mold inspection and radon inspection?

Yes, we include our mold and radon certification courses free of charge to students who enroll in our online home inspection course for Utah.

Do you provide students with a list of tools needed for performing a home inspection?

Yes. We provide you with a list of tools needed. The total cost of the tools, including your moisture meter and combustible gas detector, comes out to about $200.

What about marketing materials?

We suggest using www.vistaprint.com for your business cards, brochures, and company website if you set one up. They are very affordable and even have templates specific to home inspection businesses.

Do you offer my state test?

There is no state exam for home inspectors in Utah.

Do you send my certificate to the board?

There is no home inspection board in Utah.

Can I start my own business after taking your online home inspection course?

Yes. In fact, the majority of our graduates will start their own successful home inspection business after completing our course. We also train you on the whole marketing and business start-up side of things.

Will I be able to do commercial inspections after taking this course?

Yes. On the commercial side of things, we train you to the ASTM standards.

What if I have questions during the home inspection course?

We have full support for all students and graduates, both during and after the course. Even if you have questions when you are on a home inspection, we can assist via phone, text, or email.

Do I need to be a home builder or a contractor to become a home inspector in Utah?

Absolutely not. We train students from all different backgrounds to be successful home inspectors. Although a background in the building trades can be helpful at times, it is by no means necessary in order to become a home inspector in Utah.

It doesn’t matter whether you want to become a home inspector in Salt Lake City, Park City, Provo, Ogden, Logan or Moab; our online home inspection course can be completed from anywhere. What are you waiting for? Enroll now and begin your new career as a home inspector in Utah!

Requirements for Utah Home Inspectors

Though the Beehive State does not officially require such a course for professional home inspectors, it’s worth the time and effort to educate yourself on the industry best practices. Home inspection requirements vary from state to state, but one universal truth applies to every region: the most learned you are in the daily operations of home inspectors, the better service you’ll provide your clients.

Utah home inspection requirements might be relatively lax, but that doesn’t mean aspiring home inspectors should skip out on educating themselves. After all, you wouldn’t want to be caught without answers while talking to a client about their home. The ICA Real Estate Inspection Certificate Program is the ideal way to learn the ins and outs of the profession. Even better, you’ll have official documentation to point to when clients ask about your training.

Included in ICA’s Utah Home Inspector Course

If you’ve been curious about how to become a home inspector in Utah, you’ll be pleased to learn you can begin the process right away. Our home inspection course is affiliated with both InterNACHI and the American Society of Home Inspectors, or ASHI. These professional organizations are widely respected for their industry expertise. A one month membership to InterNACHI is included in your registration in our home inspector course. It’s just one of the many resources bundled in our toolkit for students.

Report Form Pro Nitro, a home inspection app favored by many professional inspectors, is also included in your registration. As a working home inspector, you’ll use this app daily to generate reports and share them with clients. The $399 app is yours free!

Of course, ICA students also benefit from our large library of online classes, resources and bonus courses. For ICA students, the bonus course is available to take at any time at no extra cost. In fact, all students receive lifetime access to our materials and bonus courses.

Once the Coursework Is Done

Upon completion of the course, you will be an ICA Certified Home Inspector. We will issue you a certificate number, which you can use on your business cards, website, and inspection reports. Start your own home inspection business or go to work with an existing home inspection company!